Sight Word Pointillism
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The Sight Word Pointillism is a fine motor activity designed for artistic/spatial learners with disabilities to practice their fine motor control. Students trace letters with a Q-tip dipped in paint. Controlling the Q-tip gives students some great strengthening exercise while they practice their sight words.
Step One: Gather Materials:
- Permanent marker
Step Two: The teacher writes a sight word on each piece of paper with permanent maker.
Step Three: The student dips one end of the Q-tip in the paint and dots the sight word with the Q-tip.
Step Four: Student repeats the sight word they are dotting each time they make a dot.